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MORNINO EUTEItPRtSE. SUNDAY. OCTOHKH 8. 1!)U.
, OREGOIf CITY, OREGON
t ft. ROCHE. Editor and Peblllr.
on4-ataa natter Jta-
r? S. 111. at th. poat ntea at Oeaee
paper do. For the benefit of the
former and the merchant we publish
dally the latest .market report. At
for the outside new we have & pec
la I service which every morning give
to you the lateat happenings of the
entire world. Theae are not long
drawn out' account spread ouf to
rover space, but ahort telegraphic
j brief that go- rlgbt to the bottom of
. j things. Another special feature Js
J j our er!ee of ahort atorlee nd mis
I I cellaneous article which are of In
" ! tereat to all. In ahort we believe that
CONTRACT ADVERTISING RATES have a splendid up-to-the-minute
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Rat. f6r" advertmme k Waakty
emtarprlaa will ba the bum aa ka the
aalhr. for adverrarmanta art Mataity
far the wekty. Were Uia aavertaaaaeant
la trnafarrd from Uk dally te the ih
lp. wltiMMit etianjr. the rate will be e
aa bach (or rue wf the paper. u tee aa
bach far epM-tal pnalttoa.
' , Caah should eeroaipaay erwar ahan
early le ankaewa In beataaaa efrtae at
' the Enterpnae.
Lacs' adverttatmc at Wral ederttoa
"Previa advarttatn and special tiaaatiat
xdverttala at We to Me aa tech. aatmd-
m- te special condltloaa roTarninej the
J!long felt want In a manner that U
A for the Weekly Oregonlan, we
need aay little. Kveryone know that
paper I recognised a the very beat
general weekly paper in the entire
Weet. The new of the world I cov
ered by the Associated Pre, the
farming feature covered by a corps
of especially trained writer aud
every Issue is full or Interesting In
formation for person In all walks of
life. The next' twelve' months will
be Important one In the history of
our country. Another presidential
campaign Is now on; the tariff Is far
from settled, the reciprocity Issue Is
still an important issue In politics;
the great movement for better roads
and public highways is now at its
ki.kik t . . alnvU It laana la at
-Fire Sel and Baakrupt Bale- advar- "-
knmii tech flret Ineertioa; a4J. the front, in fact the nest year win
jneal martin e aaaa saattar at kaoh. J . ... , . ,i .,. ,v.i Vnn
Mawe itrma and well wrttteej atlcln l" " iuirii-.l.t -- J
af morlt. with mtarawt te loeeJ raadtra. -m ant to know about. Through
wlU be gladly aeefb. RajMted aaaii- . " , ' . . ... . . .
aerlpta aevar returned aalaae aonomiHaa- the Daily Enterprise and the Weekly
m by etaaiea to prepay eoata Oregonlan every one of these big im
portant movements will be thorough
ly discussed. You will need the in
formation that we will give you in
order to keep up with current events.
Every political movement, every la
hnr troubU and agitation, every bap-
JnlngptJmportnce In torelgn coun-
trie win be ruuy covereo. Ana you
can get all thl information every
day for 13.00 by taking up our spec
ial offer now. We positively will not
accept your subscription at this rata
after the first of the month. Better
end In a money order today.
CITY OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER.
THE MORNING ENTERPRISE
l on sal at the following stores
. every day: -
J. W. McAnnlty Cigar
Saventh and Main.
1 BecreM Confectionary
Main near Sixth,
af. K. Duon Confectionary
Next door to P. O.
City Drag 8tore
Seventh and X Q. Adam.
' Oct 8 In American History.
1809 Franklin Pierce, fourteenth pres
ident of the United State, died;
1871 Cblcajro ll65.0O0.000 Are (Oct
8-11) destroyed 19.000 bnUdlnga,
covering an area of almost five
1908 A treaty of arbitration with Chi
na signed In Washington.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Snn acts 627. rises C.Ol; moon rise
6:47 p. ra.
(BY EDGAR BATES.)
THE HOME PAPER..
. It seems that no one get tired of
talking about the Increased ' cost of
living and the extremely high prices
which seem to prevail on almost
every community of general use.
The talk of tariff, trusts, and etc. will
run on endless but there is one neces
sity that has not gone up In price,
and that one thing Is your daily
newspaper. For three week the En
terprise is able to give yon a rare
bargain. A bargain that la nothing
short ot wonderful when you will
really consider the eervlce and value
that we offer. W refer to the spec
ial offer of the Daily Enterprise and
the Weekly Oregonlan, both of them
delivered to yon by mall fer an en
tire year for $3.00. This means
that from now on till the first of
November, 1912, you will receive
every morning a freh copy of this
paper teeming with late news that
will Interest yon. Our facilities for
"covering" the news In the entire
county are of the best. We have our
trained correspondents in every part
of the county and every one of them
Is ever on the alert for any event
that will interest you. We are in a
position to handle and do handle
local news a the metropolitan 'news-
share ot "bugs.
a a a
Isnt it about time that some on
else be "sought out' by his friend
and "urged" to run for mayor? The
more the merrier.
Wants, For Sale, Etc
Nmm aadae thiaa ctaaatrtad b
wUI ba aarnvtad at aaa east a ward.
tlrnt M barb ear, tt ear moath halt
haah eard, t Uwaei l par moat.
Caah muat aaeompaar erwar aajvae
baa aa opee aooounl with the paper. Ho
riaaactai raepanalbUlly (a errore. whan
rran aerur trae ewrrwtrd aettre will b
pruned far patrwa Minimum share ISa
WANTED Tourist and local people
to see my colloctioti of rrow-heut
coin, lndla.i trinket.' i!d t un.va
and curtoa of f. sort Will bn
or sell In thu )u Have some kooI
bargains In eer mid-hand furnltu'o
and tools. Ceoro Young. Main u
WANTED Partner, lady preferable
$100 required: business already ea
tablished. Good returns. Address
Osgood, care Enterprise.
FURNISHER house Of about n
rooms wanted. . centrallv located.
Phone Main 95. except Saturday and
WANTED Live solicitor for
county. Liberal term to
handle the Morning Enter
prise and Weekly Oregonlan
during bargain period which
ends October 31. Call, phone
or write Circulation Manager.
Oregon City Enterprise.
WANTED Female Help.
WANTED Competent young lady to
act - a-clerk "ana" itenographer tn
District Traffic office Oregon City.
Apply W. R. Logus. Telephone office.
Florida Is Drainintf Evcraltdes
With Cnnals to Cost 34,000,000
'VTA yau. wawaa
for m and womt
A hank aoeeunt It an vldno ef
ehsraotsr, and bank keek showing
regular deposit la the passport to
opportunity and the key te tustait.
Enroll yourself a depositor hsr
at once and became a mtmbtr ef wit
One dollar will atari a aavlngi account
The Bank of Oregon City
OLDEST BAWK IW THR COUNTY
D. O. LATOURaTTT- prwaldeal
i METil, Ta,,,
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ot OREGON CITY , OREGON
Treaaaeta a (Mfeeel -aaklag -etweee.
A young married man who Uvea out
on the Molalla road went In a local
Jewelry store the other day and asked
for the familiar phonograph record
entitled. "I'm Getting Ready for My
Mother-ln-Law." He said that he ex
pected a visit from her soon, and
that if the sweef melodious strain
and appropriate words of this rec
ord greeted her as she entered the
door she might understand a thing
We fall to see anything very re
markable about the young man who
wrote home every week for thirty
years. There are thousands of young
men all over the coantry doing the
very same thing. There is not a
week tbey fall to write to the folks
at home for money. I
It Is about time that some one play
ed "tag-you're-out" to those tag days,
a a a
A letter addressed to "The Great
est Base Ball Fan in Portland" was i
promptly delivered to Mr. W. T. I
Pangle, of the Htlllg. Who would get
the letter if one were addressed to
"The Greatest Base Ball Fan In Ore
gon City." It would be easier to tell J
"How old Is Ann?" I
Talk about enterprise and push
the local officials started out with a
capital of Just $3.65 and put over a
$4,000 fair. This Is certainly an' ex
ample of "high finance," but the kind
that we like
It certainly was a good move to
: take away the public drinking cup
at the fountain down town, but where
is the enterprising merchant who will
furnish us with a goodly supply of
those paper Individual collapsable
1 drinking cups, one who can realize
; that from his advertlRement on them
j he will get in returns twice the cost
! of this service In Increased patron
i Wl'en It comes to Interest In those
I bsseball games, Oregon City has Its
FOR 1ALL -
FOR SALE $100 will buy a team and
harness; weight 2300 lbs. Home
phoni. Beaver Creek. Oscar May.
FOR SALE City warrant for $61.48.
drawing 6 per cent interest. Ad
dress Oregon City Enterprise.
FOR SALE By owner ten acres good
timber land on Clackamas Southern
railroad, two mile from Oregon
City limit on Highland road; all
level; $165 per acre. Address Ore
gon City, Rout No. 3, Box 63.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 48 acre
farm 2 miles northeast of Oregon
City; sale price I'J.ilH); rent, prloe
$100 year. Inquire Mrs. Ulile
Aune, 1414 Center street.
TUB atate ot rtortda ta making 'rapid progress 0 raining toe t anions
Everglade by canaia extending from Lake Okeechobee In eaco dirrc
ttoa to the sea. Whin tltt "" ayatem. t cenai imp!.s?dJnrr?.
will be one canal to the west coast and three te the east Ibeae
eaaaia will have a depth of from eight te tea feet and will be used for ir as
portation a well an drainage. They will alao serve te Irngste adjoining land
who ports 17 . The Everglade formerly belonged to the Coiled tftate. but
were turned ever to riorida on that atate'e agreement to dram the land od
open It to settlement. The soil I extremely rich and to covered with rank
grass. The CutteS Bute senate baa recently ordered that a report of lb
pro (Teas of draining tbe Evergiadea be printed aa a part of the record show
ing what ba been done toward conaervadoa. This report, known aa senile
document M0. can be obtained by Interested persona on application to tbeir
senators or repreaenuaves, Tbe picture above shows a section of tbe Lau
derdale canal which has been completed and a Held that haa been era in ad
and la bow growing lettuce and beaua. -
HOP MARKET SHOWS
MUCH BETTER TONE
Lawyera. Oregon City, Or.
O. D. EBT. Attorney-atrLaw. Money
loaned, abstract firntsked. land
title examined, estati oettlod, gen
eral law buaineaa Over Bank el
17' REN A SCHUEBEl Attorneys-at
Law, Deutacher Advokat. will prae
tjee In all courta. make collection
pries Bide Oregoa Cltv, Oreeoa.
BUILDER AND CO"TBj ACTOR.
HARRT JONES Builder and General
Contractor. Estimates cheerfully
given on all classes . of bnlldtng
work, concrete walk ana reinforced
concrete. He. Phone Mala IP
B. H. COOPER, Foe Fire Insurance
and Real Estate Let ua hand'
your properties w hny. aell aad
evefctnte. Office in Waerpri
wide.. Oreaon City. Ore-".
Curb the Con
By SAMUEL UNTERMYER. New York
nE two GREAT and DIFFICULT PROBLEMS that
CONFRONT ua in Amrica are:
FIRST, TO CURB THE CONCENTRATION OF THE MONEY
POWER, AND, SECOND, TO REGULATE AND CONTROL THE
INDUSTRIAL COMPETITION ENGAGED IN INTERSTATE COMMERCE.
I ginccrelj hope that tho committee of congress to which has been
intrusted the investigation of this great problem will associate with
1 Itself PUBLIC SPIRITED MEN who actually know the nature
oi the task at issue and thus be able to formulate at least a partial
: remed before it ia too late.
THE DANGER LIES NOT 80 MUCH IN ALLOWING MEN TO DO
, At THEY PLEASE WITHIN CERTAIN LIMITS WITH THEIR OWN
MONEY AS IN FIXING THE EXTENT TO WHICH THEY MAY MAKE
UtE OF OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY FOR THEIR OWN AGGRANDIZE
- MENT-; AND' IN REGULATING THE POWER THEY THUS UURr
! OVER THE LIVES AND FORTUNES OF OTHERS.
Stringentfedcral regulation-of the trusts ia the beat we cab da
at thi LATE DAY. It ia not an ideal solution, but there ia nothing
else left, and it will go far if honestly enforced to mitigate the exiat-
... - .
7 he following property will be sold
at nubile auction, to the ' hlgbest
bidder, at the Clear Creek Lumber
Company' mill alte, near Flsber'i
mill In Clackamaa county, on the
10th day of October, A. D. 19lt. at
2 o'clock p. m., to satisfy a chattel
mortgage held upon said property
by Mr. Allison Baker, to-wit:
One double action steam pump.
One 75 h. p. Atlas boiler, In good
condition; 2 foot stack.
One C h. p. upright Russell en
gine. One Fairbanks-Morse dynamo,
115 volts, with register and
One 35 h. p. .Bussell engine
pneumatic governor, .complete.
One log haul, complete.
One lower saw Jack ""complete
with reversible saw guide, 3 In.
One upper saw -Jack 'complete
with stationary guide. Vh in. arbor
One 62 In. Simmon saw, in good
One 52 in. Adkln saw. In good
One 36 in. cutoff saw with frame
pulleys, Intermediate shaft and
62 Iron pipe roll, 30 In. by 6 In.
with Iron boxes.
On Hobb planer, complete.
One set shlmer matcher bead.
Two sets sizing heads, wltu
knives, bolts and fittings.
Twelve lumber trucks.
One blower complete, In good
condition with piping snd shafting.
- One fire pump.
One 3 In. Intermediate shaft, 20 ft.
long, with four wooden pulleys.
One friction feed for lire rolls'
Term of sale, cash.
, CROBS 4 HAMMOND,
The week closes with the bop mar
ket rather atronger In tone than at
tbe opening and wit tbe trend of
values apparently upward. In most
of tbe Valley bop 4lHtrirts and in
Washington as well there Is some
trade under way,' but business Is still
limited by tbe bullUn' attitude of the
growers and the reluctance of buyers.
Within the past tew days, however,
tbe situation baa changed to some
extent. More Inquiries are said to
be coming in from te East and elo
where, indicating an Increasing in
terest in tbe seasou a crop.
"Tbe Ingulrie that are now coming
from the East and from Europe show
clearly enough that the brewers of
this country and England are awaken
ing to tbe fact that tbe world's hop
crop this year I a good deal )ort
of actual requirements," said a dealer.
"That the brewera now are earn-1 ,
eatly figuring on their wanta for the
year to come Is evident, and the ,
chancea are that tbey will not be ,
til. in In tliA aunnlla thav nx.Mi1
w ...... 1(
at the prices they figure on paying. , i
A a rule they are offering prices on
tbe basis of 32 to 2 cents here, and I
buying in anything like a liberal way
on that basis at this time Is anything ;
but an easy matter.
Prevailing Oregon City prices are
HIDES (Buying) Green hides,
6c to 6c: setters, 6c to 6c; dry bides.
12c to 14c; sheep pelts, 26c to 75c
WOOL (Buying) 14c to lCc.
Hay, Grain, Feed.
HAT (Buying) Timothy, $16 to
$16; clover, $8 to $9: oat bay, best,
$11; mixed, $9 to $12; alfalfa, $12
OATS (Buying) Gray, $25 to
$26: white, $26 to $2T.
FEED Shorts, $29 to $30; rolled
barley, $37.60; process barley, $38.60;
whole corn, $35; cracked corn, $36;
wheat, $32 to $33; oil meal, $53;
Shady Brook dairy feed, $1.25 per
FLOUR $4.50 to $5.25.
Butter, Poultry, Egg.
BUTTER (Iluylng) Ordlnsry
country butter, 25c to 30c; fancy
dairy, 30c; creamery, 80c to 35c.
POULTRT (Buying) Hens, 11c
to 12Hc; broilers, 13c
EGGS Oregon ranch eggs, 28c to
DRIED FRUITS (Buying)
Prunes, 6 l-4c to lOVtc; peaches, 10c.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrota.
$1.25 to $1.60 per sack; parsnips,
$1.25 to $1.60; turnips, $1.25 to $1.60;
beets, $1.60. '
POTATOES Best buying, 1 l-4c
ONIONS Oregon, $1.60 per nun-dred4-Auatrallan,-$2
BEEF-MLIV weight) Steer, (c
and 6Hc; Cow; 4 He; bulls, I 12c
VEAL Calve bring from 8c to
13c, according to grade. -
MUTTON 8heep, 8c an 84c:
lamb, ,4c and 6c.
HOGS 125 to 140 pound hog, 10c
, and 11c; 140 to 200 pounds, 10c and
McUmKhlln Institute football team
a on the first scholastic game of the
season Friday afternoon, defeating
the Harvlsy s.hm.1 team by a acore
of 6 lo ft. The game waa played on
the Canemah ground, and Relaabur
ger. Mheabaii. llruce. Champion.
Stontch and Meyera atarred for Ihe
Institute team. Meyers obtained tbe
only touch-down of the game. The
best work fur Barclay waa done by
llurck. Finuran. Meyera and Moody.
ATHUTKS HAVE SHADE OK GIANTS
(Continued from Page 1.)
Our greatest clubbing offer. Tbe
Morning Enterprise by mall and , the
Weekly Oregonlan. both until Novem
ber 1, 1912, for only $3. Offer closes
October 31, 1911.
Are vou a submnher to tbe Morn
i ing Enterprise? II not you bouli call
: and let n pnv your name on Ihe ub
! scrlptlon Hat ImmedUtety
letlc did to the Cuba laat year tbey
are confident of repeating on the New
Each club ha hon superiority
to all Ita rivals, and each la handled
by one of tbe greatest pilot In tbe
That It HI be a battle of wit to
a large extent I acknowledged by all.
and ahether Mack men can repeat
I the burning question of lb hour.
It ear ihe Cuba put Hp a woe
fully weak battle, due principally to
the poor condition of Ua pitching staff,
none of the veterans showing enough
class to stem 'the tide. King Cole,
then a recruit, was the only Cub
beaver ho was really fit to fool the
Athletics to any degree.
Matbewson In Fine Form.
With the (ilsnts It Is different. Two
of tbe leading pitchers of the league
are embrared In Maihewson and Mar
quard. while Crandall, Ames and
Wlltse are all able (o prove formida
ble. Mathearson lln belter ahape
right now than at any time thla sea
son, and shouM show, almost aa good
form aa be did last year against the
New York Highlanders In the post
season series for the championship of
Hut iu comparison the big four ni
the Athletics, eeth a veterau of tried
aklllty Coombs. Bender, plank and
Morgan-form the greatest and beat
bulatjred pitching corps In the coun
try. While lieinier and Coomha wort
relied on In the series last year. Mack
baa plant and Morgan, each of whom
I In the belt of shape.
Neither catching staff baa a Gibson
Oven free A. at, t, fc
or a llresnahan In It mk,fc i
,...,r , , ,mnck being Jart 1
Lapp Of the Athletic. J, hYJ I
urel .300 bitter, a good pHntt N j
strong In every department u i
of the Giants, la , woaderful kin. !
aiao, urn I woak on catching
ball at the Plat which a... .
great deal with runner of ikah
of Bddle Collins. j
Tbe Infield of the Athletics ku , !
shade, taking thm man for sua. h. .
Uraw baa added r1trher ae Hwm
to lb left ld of tb dlaawat aa
season and both r making to
but. are not tho star a
llaker and Barry have provtd iu
salve to be. .
Davie may lark Ihe speed of k
kle at first, but make p fa, g .
bla exnerlaitce reeelva.1 m Z
hard campaigning, lioih Cnlliai mi
ijoyi are wonaermi guardian fm
middle sack, but again Colllu ta
more than a shade a hen It coasts
all around ability. Tbe Infield a!
AP'lallr I nmra rallM.i.a mi . .
belter fielder, a ho ar also kettle
In the outfield tb New York ar
deuer .have It on the Msrtitai
far aa speed I concerned, bat tW
wise the difference Is illikl le
mlng up the whole situation, If kUia
ewaon and Marquard shoe cktatta '
ship form and can be works wt
every day, the cbsaces of Kt Tort
are good. If not. then they tr
against a ban proposition. At ass
two of the first string of torn d
Mark' men ar sure to com t fe
aectatlon, while the other tsc rl
help It given a cbauce to aura, -
While Kddie Collin It oat f at
beet baaarunnr lo tb Ataerta
League, hi work on t path caiat
be compared to the (ilanu, sk Un
slg ot lb seven leadln tandltea
for the honors In the Nstioatl
cult. One must t tb pill tt at
on the paths, and 4t may bt irrd
that Ihe Giant will be sp apM
tbla very pnMltlon, but ttnae ami
O. A. C ALUMNI TO MllT.
The O. A. C Alumni Aatnrltuoti
tbe Oregon Agricultural Collet rS
bold Ita meeting st the burn of Mia
Belle Mattley, Hevrnth aad Miam
streets. W eon end ay evening. Orb
II. There are about sixty peraeil
tbl county who are eligible to at
bcrshlp, and they ar Invited a) a
lend the meeting. well St.ua
who ar graduates, student or u
Inereated In the colleae.
HOSE COMPANY ENTERTAINS.
The Fountain Hose Company met
at the City Hall Friday night, and
after buaineaa waa tranaacted tb
members enjoyed a feast. Four dot
ea crabs were consumed. The eve
ning was devoted to spech-maktng
and songs, and tho attending bad
a fine time. ,
We have the best at low
est price. Lay tn
now. '- .
Korrect Poultry Food.
11TH AND MAIN STt
' Oregon city.
Before You Move
Be sure your new home has that important
modern convenience electric light. There are
many such and they are in great demand by
those who know how to enjoy them. The mod
ern electric light is so much better than any
other that no one need hesitate about the cost.
There has been perfected the MAZDA lamp
which gives twice as much light as ordinary
electric lamps using an equal amount of elec
tricity. WE HAVE MAZDA LAHPS
For all those who live in wired houses we offer
an opportunity of getting the benefit of the
great light-giving quality of these lamps. For
those who own unwired houses on our distribut
ing lines we will give advice of value in wiring
houses for electric lights.
PORTLAND RAILWAY, LIGHT
& POWER CO.
MAIN omce 7th ond Alder Streets -